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2007 600RR Track/Race + Spares Bike Los Angeles $6,500

I originally bought this in 2010 as a very well taken care of street bike with the intention of converting it to a race bike. I changed out the body work (painted by David Tovar of SBKPaint.com) and prepped it with mods and full safety wiring and raced it at WSMC in 2010 and WERA West in 2011. Oil was changed regularly with Alisyn ProDrive 21 oil. List of mods below.

It has been down 3 times; twice were low speed crashes resulting in cosmetic damage and minor bits needing replacement the third was a high-speed low-side in turn 9 at Big Willow. Following the high-speed crash the bike was completely stripped down and cleaned, re-aligned by Mackie and rides perfect.

Currently the bike has 13,214 miles of which 1,200 are racing/track miles. Since I did not have the means to race in 2012 I decided to "street" the bike in 2013 so registration is good until April of 2014 and the bike comes with headlight, taillight and plate mounted. Even still I only rode it on the street twice and other than pulling it out and warming it up it sits in my garage. As you can see in the pics it comes with 2 uppers; one for street the other for track and lights/plate are easy to remove/put back on.

I am selling because I am starting a business and could use the extra cash not to mention it's a shame for such a great bike to sit there collecting dust (no telling when I'll get back to the track). This is a really good bike for a track-day enthusiast or amateur/newbie racer as it also comes with a lot of spares that will come in handy.

Asking price is $6,500 and that includes everything. Please PM me with any questions thanks.

VIN: JH2PC40197M001292

Mods

Full Arrow exhaust (stainless steel w/ titanium mid)

Vortex rearsets


ASV levers


Ohlins TTX36


RaceTech gold valves


Renthal grips


Digital gear indicator

SS brake lines


Gilles chain adjuster


Power Commander 3


Built in AMB transponder


Spares (Many of these spares were given to me by Josh Hayes that were left over from his days with Erion)



2 sets of wheels both mounted w/ Dunlop GPAs




Street upper w/ headlight cut out


Headlight/tail light


Various street fairings and parts


Radiator


Air filter


Clutch disks


Slipper clutch disks


Tokiko brake pads


ASV shorty clutch lever (gold)


Cush drive w/ extra set of spare rubber bumpers


Woodcraft clip-on mounts


Drive gears:
Vortex (size: 15, 16)
Driven (size: 15, 16x2, 17x2)


Sprockets (size: 42, 43x3, 44x3, 45, 46, 47)


Quick change rear axle nut

Extras

Woodcraft rear stand

Lockhart Phillips universal rear stand

DMP front stand

Pics: http://s5.photobucket.com/user/KingP...007%20CBR600RR

"Riding a race bike is an art - a thing that you do because you feel something inside." - Valentino Rossi

Now I can say my morale is reasonably high because I've discovered I have a great rapport with morphine! he joked, adding I hope nobody wins! when asked about the race. - V. Rossi


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thanks let me fix that!

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GLWS - Good looking bike and great list of parts/upgrades.
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thats a snazzy paint job. i like it
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thats a snazzy paint job. i like it
Thanks it is a matte gray with gloss orange. The contrast really makes it pop when you see it in person.

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i believe it. it really pops in the pictures too
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is there a way to have it in mostly track trim and still be road legal? like 1 headlight (?), mirrors, license, rear light and turn signals?
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is there a way to have it in mostly track trim and still be road legal? like 1 headlight (?), mirrors, license, rear light and turn signals?
how does that differ from a normal cbr?
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is there a way to have it in mostly track trim and still be road legal? like 1 headlight (?), mirrors, license, rear light and turn signals?
It has a headlight, taillight and plate but no turn signals or reflectors. Technically it's road legal however they can pull you over for not having signals, reflectors or mirrors although that is rarely an issue unless they're having a "crack down" day in the canyons and even then it's a fix-it ticket.

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Now I can say my morale is reasonably high because I've discovered I have a great rapport with morphine! he joked, adding I hope nobody wins! when asked about the race. - V. Rossi


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how does that differ from a normal cbr?
basically, some people have the bike in track trim (like fairings and whatnot) all the time...they simply mount a light (a little one), mount the license with the braking/turn signal lights integrated, and mount mirrors at the end of the bars
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